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  • Ice Skating Short Story

    she excitedly pulls us out of bed. This is her day. It belongs to no one else, her first solo ice skating competition. Preparing for this all important day has taken a great deal of work. Able to walk a balance beam at two, Christy takes to ice skating as quickly as she walks a balance beam. Before long we are involved in a world of group lessons, private lessons, ice pros, costumes, and ice shows. Thank goodness for the Zion Park District, five minutes away, and how lucky we are to…

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  • Chesapeake Car Narrative

    The car was ready for our trip to Emerald Isle North Carolina. My brother Will and I argued on who would sit in the “hump” in the car. The “hump” was the tightest, most cramped and the seat that can’t adjust in the middle of the two awesome window seats. Will even tried to get my older brother Danny who was almost 15 to sit in that seat! “I have been sitting in that seat for 13 hours for 14 years! No way Will!” Danny complained. Annoyed, I held my breathe and volunteered to sit in the awful…

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  • Narrative Essay: The Hockey Game

    Saturday afternoon in December and frighteningly cold out. Becca had gone to the ice rink to watch Ashley skate. Sitting on the bleachers, freezing, wishing her best friend was a gymnast or even a pianist, she reached up and pulled her hat over her ears. She peered through the glass wall, out to the ice, and quickly forgot about her frozen extremities. Ashley’s coach stood scrutinizing her as she sped across the ice, jumped high in the air, spun around into a blur of beautiful colors and…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Atmosphere In Hockey

    front of your eyes is a perfectly smooth sheet of ice with such a beautiful glossy finish to it. It's about game time. What does that mean? It means the calm before the storm hits. As the puck drops, the storm hits. Fans go crazy and…

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  • The Role Of Ice In Literature

    Ice and how its seen Ice, frozen water that is very brittle. That is the definition of ice. While it may have one definition it can be interpreted in many different ways around the world. Depending on who you're speaking to they might interpret ice as cold and unforgiving. However, another person might say that ice is the breath of god. The symbolic meaning of ice can be seen in literature with Game of Thrones, Film with Futurama and Batman, art with ice sculptures, religion with…

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  • Expressive Literacy Practices

    you use to support dual language learners?  Connecting Home to School Literacy Practices (CDE, 2009. p.74): Telling a Story: As a way to connect this activity from the school to home the children will be provided with a bag that has story Why Does Ice Melt? (How? What? Why?) by Jim Pipe,…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: A Trip To The Ice Rink

    seven months ago at an Ice Skating Rink would change my life forever. Meeting him taught me both that I should branch out to meet new people, and that I should watch who I become friends with. The day I went to the Ice Rink, was a chilly one. Cloudy, cold, and just enough to make your nose run. I had on a long black coat with a zip up hoodie and no hat, no gloves, and grey unnamed boots on. I walked past a big dome with clear see through glass and the inside was full of melted ice. I saw tons of…

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  • Describe The Relationship Between Speedometer And Tachometer

    Every vehicle has a number of electrical instruments. Each one varies due to the certain make and model of the vehicle with the different variations on the particular vehicle. Take a truck for instant it has a speedometer, tachometer, and transmission temperature gauge. Due to the fact that it will be towing a heavy object and be putting stress on the motor, so it doesn’t get too hot the gauge is there to protect it. Now on a sport car your two main instruments will be the speedometer and the…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay On Ice Skating

    Ice Skating And that’s how I broke my leg, just kidding, but I bruised it really badly, here’s the story behind that. was December 2014, my sister had discovered the “joy” of ice skating and was obsessed with it. She constantly asked my parents if her and her friends could go ice skating at the arena. I had never gone ice skating before and asked her one day if I could go with her and her friend Lucy. We got in the car to go pick up Lucy with the usual silence the whole ride. When we…

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  • Laptop And Tablets Advantages And Disadvantages

    The Differences Between Laptops and Tablets In this day and age, it is difficult to not find someone interacting with technology in some form, whether this is a phone, tablet, computer, ipod, etc. In fact, this has become a part of daily life recently, and most adults have their own personal device to either communicate, work, or relax on. Tablets and computers play a large part in these daily occurrences as well, but what’s the right device to use? Is it just a work computer? Or something…

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